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1. The British government announced that it would recognize World Health Organization (WHO) ‘s emergency use list of COVID-19 vaccines, including Chinese medicine, Sinopec vaccine and Indian-made Covaxin vaccine, from November 22nd. Passengers who have been fully vaccinated on the list do not need to be quarantined when they arrive in the UK.

2. With a size of 5000 people, the European Union has proposed to build an European army. Borrelli, the EU’s high representative for foreign and security affairs, said on the 10th local time that he had drafted a “Strategic Guide” (Strategic Compass) on the EU’s joint military action and the establishment of a crisis response force, and the relevant documents had been submitted to the 27 member states of the European Union for consideration.

3. The European Commission released its autumn economic forecast for 2021 on the 11th, saying that the EU economy has recovered faster than expected from the COVID-19 epidemic, but the uncertainty and risks of economic growth prospects are still high. The report says the EU economy is expected to grow by 5%, 4.3% and 2.5% in 2021, 2022 and 2023, respectively. The euro zone’s economic growth rate is expected to be the same as that of the European Union this year and next, with 2.4% in 2023.

4. On November 10, China and the United States issued the Glasgow Joint Declaration on strengthening Climate Action in the 1920s during the United Nations Climate change Conference in Glasgow. The two sides appreciated the work done so far and pledged to continue to work together and work with all parties to strengthen the implementation of the Paris Agreement.

5. According to a joint report released by Google and others, the booming online economy in Southeast Asia is expected to double in size to $363 billion by 2025, surpassing the previous forecast of $300 billion. Online spending is expected to grow 49% to $174 billion in 2021. By 2025, online shopping in Southeast Asia is expected to reach $234 billion, up from a previous estimate of $172 billion and accounting for 64 per cent of the $363 billion of digital goods traded in the region.

6. On Nov. 10, local time, an EU court rejected an appeal by Internet giant Google against an antitrust ruling four years ago. Google faces fines of up to $2.8 billion. (the European Commission fined Google in 2017 for violating antitrust laws by manipulating search results to put its own shopping price comparison service ahead of competitors’ services. The case is the first of three antitrust cases Google has encountered in the European Union in recent years, with cumulative fines totaling $9.5 billion.).

7. A US airline has publicly unveiled its new hypersonic prototype for the first time, claiming it can fly at Mach 5 and hopes to make its first flight as soon as next year. It takes only 90 minutes to fly from New York to London at this speed, instead of seven hours now. The US media noted that the US Air Force has also invested in this hypersonic aircraft project, and believes that the aircraft’s technology “must have other applications.”

8. Scotland Mortgage Investment Trust, the UK’s largest trust and investment fund, said it was confident about investing in Chinese assets despite its recent performance being dragged down by its large holdings of Chinese technology companies. At the end of September, the fund had nearly £21.2 billion under management. Among them, the assets invested in China account for 16.9% of its total assets. Among the top 10 investment lists, three Chinese companies include Tencent (4.1 per cent), Meituan (2.9 per cent) and Weilai (2.8 per cent).

9. The snack pattern of eating fruit after breakfast and dairy after dinner can help prolong life and reduce the risk of all-cause death, according to a new study in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Participants who ate fruit snacks after breakfast reduced the risk of death by 22% and cancer by 45%. After breakfast and lunch, the risk of death due to starchy snacks increased by 50% and 52%, respectively. the risk of cardiovascular disease increased by 55% and 44% respectively; for those who ate dairy snacks such as yogurt and cheese after dinner, the risk of death decreased by 18% and the risk of cardiovascular disease decreased by 33%.

Post time: Nov-12-2021

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